The San José Obrero gained by 25 to 12 to the underside of the class
It was a dishonest sport that CICAR Lanzarote Ciudad de Arrecife had at midday on Sunday, with the San José Obrero gamers not trusting the qualifying scenario of Handball Salud Tenerife. From the primary minute, the Lanzarote ladies confirmed nice seriousness, to mature the sport and add two factors that permit them to proceed relying on themselves to qualify for the promotion part.
The first minutes of the match had been marked by inaccuracies within the sport by each groups, the CICAR Lanzarote Ciudad de Arrecife gamers lacking many attacking conditions. The objectives of Lorena Montilla and Miriam Páez (2) from the pivot, served to ascertain the 3-1 on the scoreboard within the eighth minute.
CICAR Lanzarote Ciudad de Arrecife opened the hole on the scoreboard because the minutes glided by, growing defensive depth to forestall Handball Salud Tenerife from having fun with snug conditions on the launch. After the midway level within the first half, the electronics mirrored a transparent 9 to three, with Octavio Pérez having to request a timeout.
At the top of the primary half, the outcome was 12-6, with San José Obrero doubling their rival on the scoreboard. At the start of the second half, the native crew completed closing the sport, attaining a 5-2 run within the first minutes and growing the distinction to 9 objectives (17-8).
The Tenerife Health Handball started to point out fatigue and the shallow depth of the bench, along with the truth that some gamers needed to play on Saturday evening with the Tenerife first crew within the Iberdrola Guerreras League. The distinction was above ten objectives, with David Betancort having the chance to order the gamers with probably the most minutes on the pitch.
Comfortable victory by 25 to 12 for CICAR Lanzarote Ciudad de Arrecife towards Balonmano Salud Tenerife, two factors that permit them to proceed in third place within the standings and two behind Rodríguez Cleba. Precisely the second categorized would be the rival of San José Obrero the following day, a match wherein the classification for the promotion part can be at stake.
CICAR Lanzarote City of Arrecife (25): Ana Marín, Danielle de Sousa (2), Nabila de Ganzo (2), Sara de León (2), Alicia Torres, Lorena Montilla (3) and Bruna Gonçalvez (2) -initial team- Yarisa González, Marta Morales (1) , Nagore Saenz (5), Paula Robayna, Natalia Montilla (2) and Miriam Páez (6). Coach: David Betancourt
Handball Health Tenerife (12): Alicia Robles, Lara Coello (2), Laura Rodríguez (5), Paula Martín (2), María Zaldua (3), María Belén Antín and Vania Pijuán -initial team- Aina Fernández and Paola Fernández. Coach: Octavio Perez
Partials each 5 minutes: 1-1, 4-2, 6-3, 10-3, 10-6, 12-6 (relaxation) 13-7, 16-7, 18-8, 21-10, 22-10, 25-12 ( closing)
Referees: Albert Pérez Acedo and Daniel Toro Ponce. They excluded Danielle de Sousa (1), Sara de León (1), Nagore Saenz (1) and Lorena Montilla (1) from CICAR Lanzarote Ciudad de Arrecife and María Belén Antón (2) and Paola Fernández (1) from Handball Health Tenerife.
Incidents: IES Blas Cabrera Felipe Pavilion. Match akin to the twenty fourth spherical of group A of the Women’s Silver Division of Honor